Normally, we use Angular Material's data tables with pagination (mat-paginator) to list the results. This is not an efficient and optimal approach particularly if there are lots of records to show in the table. Angular Material's pagination just divides the received records into the paginated records. So, if we need to display lots of records in data tables, then the efficient and optimal approach is to use Server Side Pagination. Following, sections will demonstrate the server-side pagination using NodeJS (API), MongoDB (database), and Angular Material data tables. API using NodeJS and MongoDB Following is a sample code, written in NodeJS...
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